Lets face it with the Corona-virus on the horizon, now is a vital time to take our health seriously. We must start reevaluating our health by implementing better food habits in our everyday lives. Remembering that diseases could only survive in an acidic environment should be the right motivation to get on the right track. Over the years, I have learned that in order to reduce the stress that comes with dieting and the diet culture is that simplicity is the best starting point. Instead of thinking about all the things to remove from your life which can get quite overwhelming. A great tip is to begin by adding benefits and eventually the "bad" will be exchanged for the good. One good food I would like to focus on today is turmeric, yes that common household spice.

Turmeric also known as saffron in my native country Grenada is a spice similar to ginger and has amazing health benefits. Throughout history, most of Southern Asia used turmeric as Ayurvedic medicine to treat common health conditions such as pain, fatigue, breathing problems and more.Transcending to today, this known spice as been use to as a front-runner for arthritis; stomach, skin, liver, and gallbladder problems; cancer; and other health conditions. Below I share with you one of my FAV turmeric tea recipe that can easily be added to your life. As well we have numerous juice products, tonics, and nut melks that are only one click away.


  1. Helps treat illnesses related to the respiratory system
  2. Improves digestion
  3. Anti-inflammatory
  4. Lowers Alzheimer
  5. Lowers depression
  6. Improve skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, acne
  7. Detoxifies and protect the liver
  8. Lowers blood sugar
  9. Helps protect against cancers
  10. Boost brain cognitive functions

Ginger Turmeric Tea Recipe (Servings 2)
3 Cups filtered water
1 Tablespoon fresh ginger root (chopped)
1 Tablespoon fresh fresh organic turmeric root (chopped)
1 Fresh lemon (juiced)
1 Tablespoon raw honey or 100% maple syrup (optional)
1 Pinch freshly ground black pepper
1. In a small saucepan, combine turmeric, ginger, lemon juice and filtered water.
2. Bring to a simmer over medium heat (5 minutes). Then turn off heat.
3. Strain with a small mesh strainer, sweeten with honey or maple syrup(optional) and serve.
4. Refrigerate any leftovers for up to 2-3 days in glass container.
Notes: Dilute with warm water if it is too strong for your taste.
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  • This was a really good recipe! I added a splash of almond milk and honey to bring it home…yummy golden milk loaded up with tons of benefits. Thank you for sharing:)


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